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      06-17-2013, 08:20 PM   #639
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Originally Posted by CanAutM3 View Post
MDM mostly uses the front brakes, especially at the track.
had no idea, thanks for the tip

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Originally Posted by Ti-Jean View Post
I saw that, I like it, it's nice



You can see MDM interaction by monitoring brake pressure at each wheels (available with Aim SoloDL that you're running). Here is an example video I put together showing MDM kicking in (I couldn't even tell when driving, only looking at the data after the fact).

From my experience, brake pads wear is much better once you turn off DSC.

Video mostly confirms the above comment, it's ever so slightly but over and over again, session after session it can definitely eat up the brakes. Euro MDM is great, but looks like DSC OFF still the way to go.

Added the corner brakes on dashware and can def see some brake input.

Thanks for the feedback!
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